AboutMy thesis is entitled: ‘Magical Lives: life-writing, performance magic and crafting the self in the Victorian period and beyond’. It primarily examines the autobiographies of nineteenth-century magicians and the analogous representations of fictional magicians and conjuring in Victorian literature. My other research interests include occulture, magical realism, second-generation Romantic poetry and fantasy fiction.
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Other PublicationsPUBLIC TALKS
- Dickensian Disappearances with Dr Christopher Pittard for Being Human Festival 2017 at Dickens Birthplace Museum
- The Great Victorian Way: Sudeley Castle in the 19th Century
- “Something More Unmanageable”: The Dragons of Dickens and the Victorian Novel – Dickens Day 2017 Conference